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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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usury

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1 2, 100 | added the precept forbidding usury, ~according to Dt. 23:19: " 2 2, 100 | to thy brother money to ~usury"; and the prohibition against 3 2, 105 | loan, either by exacting usury, or by accepting ~necessities 4 2, 105 | to thy brother money to usury": and (Dt. 24:6): ~"Thou 5 2, 105 | affliction to be burdened with usury. Therefore the Law ~unsuitably 6 2, 105 | money to the stranger ~for usury.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 7 2, 105 | sanction the ~acceptance of usury from strangers, but only 8 2, 108 | wife, and the taking of usury from strangers. Wherefore 9 2, 108 | Mt. 5:32); and to receive usury ~(Lk. 6:35), when He said: " 10 2, 30 | alms from interest and ~usury: I speak to the faithful 11 2, 30 | case of rapine, theft and usury, and of such things a man ~ 12 2, 75 | secondly, we shall consider usury, which occurs in loans. 13 2, 76 | LOANS (Q[78])~~OF THE SIN OF USURY (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 14 2, 76 | now consider the sin of usury, which is committed in loans: 15 2, 76 | lent, which ~is to receive usury?~(2) Whether it is lawful 16 2, 76 | derived from money ~taken in usury?~(4) Whether it is lawful 17 2, 76 | money under a condition of usury?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 18 2, 76 | Whether it is a sin to take usury for money lent?~Aquin.: 19 2, 76 | it is not a sin to take usury for money lent. ~For no 20 2, 76 | i.e. ~the money lent, "with usury." Therefore it is not a 21 2, 76 | it is not a sin to take usury for ~lending money.~Aquin.: 22 2, 76 | wit, it forbids sin. Now usury of a kind is ~allowed in 23 2, 76 | Thou shalt ~lend upon usury.' The Douay version has 24 2, 76 | it is not a sin to take usury.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 25 2, 76 | laws. ~Now civil law allows usury to be taken. Therefore it 26 2, 76 | it is not a sin to take usury.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 27 2, 76 | a silver coin. Therefore usury is not in itself a sin.~ 28 2, 76 | the loan, freely gives the usury. ~Therefore he who lends 29 2, 76 | lends may lawfully take the usury.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 30 2, 76 | 3~I answer that, To take usury for money lent is unjust 31 2, 76 | the use, which is called usury.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 32 2, 76 | which payment is known as usury: and just as a ~man is bound 33 2, 76 | money which he has taken in usury.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 34 2, 76 | Reply OBJ 1: In this passage usury must be taken figuratively 35 2, 76 | Jews were forbidden to take usury from their brethren, ~i.e. 36 2, 76 | understand that to take ~usury from any man is evil simply, 37 2, 76 | not put out his money to usury," and (Ezech. 18:8): "Who 38 2, 76 | 8): "Who hath ~not taken usury [*Vulg.: 'If a man . . . 39 2, 76 | permitted, however, to ~take usury from foreigners, not as 40 2, 76 | 56:11, they should take usury from the Jews who ~were 41 2, 76 | human law has permitted usury, not that it ~looks upon 42 2, 76 | not that it ~looks upon usury as harmonizing with justice, 43 2, 76 | namely by permitting ~usury. Moreover the Philosopher, 44 2, 76 | that "to make money by usury is exceedingly unnatural."~ 45 2, 76 | who deemed some kinds of ~usury to be lawful, just as love 46 2, 76 | Reply OBJ 7: He who gives usury does not give it voluntarily 47 2, 76 | unwilling to lend without usury.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 48 2, 76 | that he "hath not taken usury and increase."~Aquin.: SMT 49 2, 76 | for lending, and that is usury, unless perhaps it were 50 2, 76 | is ~manifestly a case of usury: because this waiting for 51 2, 76 | loan, ~which pertains to usury. In like manner if a buyer 52 2, 76 | delivered, it is a sin of usury; because again this anticipated 53 2, 76 | not guilty of the sin of usury.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 54 2, 76 | out of ~money gotten by usury?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 55 2, 76 | made out of money gotten by usury. For the Apostle says (Rm. 56 2, 76 | the root was infected with usury. ~Therefore whatever profit 57 2, 76 | therefrom is infected with usury. ~Therefore he is bound 58 2, 76 | Property accruing from usury must be sold, and the ~price 59 2, 76 | the persons from whom the usury was extorted." Therefore, ~ 60 2, 76 | buys with the proceeds of usury is due ~to him by reason 61 2, 76 | the money gained through usury. Therefore he is also bound 62 2, 76 | acquired by the proceeds of usury is sometimes lawfully ~acquired. 63 2, 76 | be extorted by means ~of usury, for instance money, wheat, 64 2, 76 | Wherefore if a man has by usury extorted from ~another his 65 2, 76 | matter, as money ~made by usury has; but has also somewhat 66 2, 76 | Property acquired from usury does not belong to ~the 67 2, 76 | to ~the person who paid usury, but to the person who bought 68 2, 76 | bought it. Yet he that ~paid usury has a certain claim on that 69 2, 76 | to the persons who paid usury, since the property is ~ 70 2, 76 | more than what they paid in usury, but it is commanded that ~ 71 2, 76 | to ~the amount taken in usury.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 72 2, 76 | proceeds of money taken in usury are due to the person ~who 73 2, 76 | money under a condition of usury?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 74 2, 76 | money under a ~condition of usury. For the Apostle says (Rm. 75 2, 76 | money under a ~condition of usury consents in the sin of the 76 2, 76 | him under a condition of usury. ~Therefore he that accepts 77 2, 76 | loan under a condition of usury does not sin.~Aquin.: SMT 78 2, 76 | lend under a condition of usury: yet ~it is lawful to borrow 79 2, 76 | is lawful to borrow for usury from a man who is ready 80 2, 76 | OBJ 1: He who borrows for usury does not consent to the 81 2, 76 | the usurer's acceptance of usury that ~pleases him, but his 82 2, 76 | OBJ 2: He who borrows for usury gives the usurer an occasion, 83 2, 76 | occasion, not ~for taking usury, but for lending; it is 84 2, 76 | other means of practising usury; or with the intention of 85 2, 76 | his money by reason of the usury, one would be giving ~a 86 2, 76 | other means of practising usury, there is no sin in entrusting 87 2, 85 | gotten by ~robbery, theft or usury: and these a man is bound 88 2, 85 | bought with the profits of ~usury, the usurer is bound to 89 2, 116 | gratis, as in the case of usury, or by ~laboring much to 90 Suppl, 67| allowed to lend money for usury to strangers, on account 91 Suppl, 67| lest they should exact usury ~of their brethren; and


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